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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Of B1RTH DEATHS DEATH EDMONTON (CP) Work- jrs in Alberta are beoming more and more militant and lie trend is not likely to stop, says Eugene Mitchell, execu- EKDMANN Keith and Joan Erdmann are pleased to an- nounce the birth of a son, Crag Donald, on Monday, November 30th, 1970, in St. Michael's Hos- pital. A brother for Suzanne. C1441 DEATHS SLAWOSKY Passed away in Calgary after a brief illness on Wednesday, December 2, 1970, Katrina at tiie age of 68 years, of 1610 10 St. North, Lethbridge, helmed wife of the late Mr. Alexander Slawosky. Born in Austria to 1902 the late Mrs. Slawosky came to Edmonton in 1928, moving to Lethbridge the same year and has resided, here until her passing. She is survived by one daughter Mrs. S. (Victoria) Dorchak of Enchant, Alberta; three sons, George of Portland, Oregon, Mike of Calgary and Ed of Lethbridge; three broth- ers George Boicink of New York, Peter and Eli Dutchak of Austria; 26 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Funeral arrangements will be announc- ed when completed. Martin Eros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service. C1M6 GYGI Passed away peace- fully, after a lenghty illness, Wednesday, December 2, 1970, Herman H. (Bert) of Lethbridge, at the age of 73. Mr. Gygi was born in Pans, Idaho, June 4, 1897, and moVed to Stirling, Alta., with his par- ents in the spring of 1902, and later to Spring Coulee, and Magrath. At the age of 17, he joined the Canadian Pacific Hallway, later relinquishing his position in respnse to The call of King and Country and served during The First World War. After being honorably dis- charged from the Canadian army, he returned to the CPR. He was married to Ruth At- kins of Cardston, Alta. on Aug- ust 18, 1926, moving to Coutts fa the spring of 1928, where he worked until 1941, at which time they moved to Stettler Alta., where he worked a; cashier until his retirment July 1, 1962. After 45 years of ser- vice with the railroad and as an active member of the Rail- road Telegraphers, upon retire- Gygi Since that tune, they have resided al 1120 18 St. S. Mr. Gygi leaves lo mourn his passing, his loving wife Ruth; a son La- ment of Stettler; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Tbsra Perry of Coaldale, Alta. and Mrs. Bev- erley Homer of Calgary and eleven grandchildren. Also sur- viving are three sisters, Mrs Virginia Whitt of Lethbridge Mrs. Irene Horsley of Seattle Washington and Mrs. Fel Balderscn of Magrath; two brothers, George and Ray, both of Lethbridge. Funeral services be held in Lethbridge Latter-day Saints Chapel 10 Avenue South, Saturday, De- cember 5, 1970 at 1 p.m. Bishop Theron Sommerfeldt of ficiating. Interment in Moun tain View Cemetery with Chris tensen Salmon Funeral Home directors of funeral ser vice in charge. If desired, in lieu of flowers, friends maj make a donation to the Cana dian Heart Fund. C144E MIYASATO Kamakichi passed away in Abu, Okinawa, at the age of 90 years, beloved lusband of Mrs. Yoshi Miyasa- o of Abu, Okinawa. Mr. Miya- a'to was horn in 1880 and pass- ed away on November 27, 1970. deniorial services will be held n the Christensen Chapel on Saturday. December 12, 1970 at j p m., with Rev. Leslie Kawa- mura officiating. Chrisbensen Salmon Funeral Home are in Charge of Arrangements. C1447 DAMBROVSKI Passed away to the city on Tuesday, December 1, 1970, Joseph, at the age of 67 years, UtC Vt. VI lusband of Mrs. Adeline Dam- brovski, of 430 25 Street South The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Saturday, De- cember to the Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. R. W. K. Elliott of- icating. Interment will follow in the family plot at Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of ment, Mr. and Mrs. moved to Lethbridge. Your NEW Authorized Dealer TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 beloved funeral Service. C1445 MILLER Passed away at Vaurfiall on Tuesday, Decem- ber 1, 1970, Donald M. at the age of 50 years. Born at Turtleford, Saskatchewan, No- vember moved to Flem- ing Saskatchewan with his par- ents in 1925. Mr. Miller worked fa a general store at Fleming until moving to Vaux- hall fa 1956, when he purchasec a partnership fa the Vauxhaii Trading Company. An ardenl sportsman, he was an active member of the Vauxhaii Curl- ing Club and the Vauxhaii Golf Club He was a former mem- ber of the Vauxhaii Kinsmen He married the former Marion McLean at Fleming fa July 1950. Survivors are his wife Marion of Vauxhaii; one son Robert of Vauxhaii; one daugh :er Gail of Vauxhaii; his moth- er, Mrs. A. E. Miller of Taber two sisters, Mrs. George (Janet) Dregier of Lang, .Sas katchewan, Mrs. Allan (Mar g a r e t) Hutchison, Calgary. Funeral services will be eon ducted from Parkview United Church Vauxhaii, on Saturday December 5 at p.m., with Rev. Gordon Wilson officiating Interment will follow fa the Vauxhaii Cemetery. In lieu flowers, donations to the Heai Fund, in care of Humphries Funeral Home in Tabsr, ap predated. Humphries Funera Home, Taber, to Charge o' Ar rangements. C1442 Labor trend noted LEBSACK Tuesday, De- ember 1, 1970 David, aged 50 years, beloved husband of Mrs. tea Lebsack, Vulcan. Born to jomond, he lived in Champion 'rom 1922 to 1959 when he moved to Vulcan, where he hai resided since. He was a mem- xi of the B.P.O.E. Number 121, Vulcan. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by one daughter, Loretta Arlene, Cal- gary; two sons, Dale David of Calgary and Stephen Robert of Warner; one granddaughter; four sisters. Mrs. A. (Freida) Anhorn, New Westminster, Mrs. A. (Minnie) Befus, Cal- gary, Mrs. R. (Albena) Graff, Vulcan and Mrs. C. (Hannah) Ohlhouser, Kelowna, B.C.; three brothers, Sam Lebsack, Red Deer, Ben Lebsack, Vik- ing, Jacob Lebsack, Lacombe; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lebsack, Calgary. Prede- ceased by his son, Russel Ver- non to 1947 and a sister, Mrs. L Smith, 1951. Services at the Vulcan United Church, Friday at p.m., Rev. C. W. Rahn officiating. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations may be made to the Cancer Society. Interment Champion Ceme- tery. Vulcan Funeral Home, to charge of arrangements. C144S Cadet exchange STOCKHOLM (AP) Cana- dian Navy League chiefs visit- ing Sweden this week will dis- cuss plans for a naval cadet ex- change between the two coun- tries in the summer of 1971, navy sources said Wednesday live director of the Alberta Labor Federation. He said in an interview that workmen in the province "aren't going to settle for sec- ond-best situations any more." Mitchell favored collec- tive bargaining instead of com- pulsory arbitration, or labor courts. He blamed the government and big corporations for the current inflationary spiral. La- bor's increasing militancy was a "reaction" to inflation. "The federal government tried to use labor as a scape- goat in its so-called war on in- flation all the government did was create unemploy- ment." ALLOW BEARDS CALCUTTA (Reuter) In- dian Navy sailors, restricted for centuries to shaving their faces clean or wearing a neat beard, now may grow mous- taches and whiskers, it was announced here by the naval chief of staff. Thuniiay, December 3, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 U.S. enlisted men use drugs WASHINGTON (AP) The the Senate's alcoholism and na c' Ai.mt, wilnnctwl rn- KilhcnmTllittpft hv U.S. Army today released re- sults of a survey indicating more than half ol the U.K. enl- isted men in South Vietnam who were polled may have used marijuana at least once and that one to six is a habitual user, smoking the drug 200 times or more a year. A team of army psychiatrists also told a Senate subcommittee that the use of opium by U.S. troops to South Vietnam tripled when compared with those who colics subcommittee by Capt. Morris Stanton, chief of the psychology section at Fort Meade. Md. used it before reaching Southeast Asian country. the The figures, were reported to APE SCRAPE SOUTHAMPTON, England (CP) James the chimpcnzco caused an embarrassing situa- tion when he escaped al the zoo here. He took refuge in tho men's washroom and the only person who could win his confi- dence and get him out was Mary Chipperfield, daughter of the zoo's owner. She coaxed him back to liis cage with bananas. GALEOTI Anna Maria (Spangvolo) of Blairmore, pass- ed away in St. Vincent's Hos- pital, Pincher Creek, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1970, age 77 years. She was born to Reggio, Prov- ince Calabria, Italy, Novem- ber 11, 1893. She came to Can- ada in 1912, settling to Blair- mors where she has resided since. She married her hus- band Joseph fa Italy fa 1912. She was predeceased by her. husband Joseph January 1, 1961; two daughters, Mrs. Joe (Violet) Vasek in March 1962 and Mrs. Joe (Nancy) Amatto, November. 1970, all fa Blair- more, and her parents, one sis- ter in Italy and a brother during the war. Survivors to- elude one daughter Mrs. N. (Millie) Johnson, Blairmore; five grandchildren, six great- grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Elizabeth Arcadi, nine brothers and sisters in Italy. Prayers will he said to St. Anne's Catholic Church at 7 p.m., Thursday, December 3 Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Fri- day, December 4. Interment to follow in the family plot, Blair- more Catholic Cemetery. No flowers by request. Donations may be sent to the Dr. E. Aiello Memorial Fund fa care of Crowsnest Pass Hospital, marking donations fa memory of the late Mrs. Anna Maria Galeoli. Fantin Chapels Ltd., FUNERAL HENDRY Funeral service for Wilby J. Hendry, beloved son of Mrs. Mary A. Hendry who died at Cardston Sunday, Nov. 29, 1970, at the age of 71 years, was held at p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, fa the Al- berta Stake Chapel of the LDS Church with Bishop Keith Be- vans officiating. Honorary pall- bearers were Axel Mogenson, Turo Arndt, Freeman Cook, Foster Dectel, Alf Scotter, George Salt, Andy Nelson and Fred Qutoton. Active pallbear- ers were Jack Low, Ken Knob- lich, Jim Cook, Hoy Scotter, Chris Luther and Glen Meyer. Interment was fa the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was to charge of the arrangements, CARDS OF THANKS BOURASSA I would like to thank my doctors and nurses on second main east wing of St. Michael's Hospital for the ex- cellent care I received during my illness; also many thanks to those who sent gifts, flowers and cards and to the many friends and relatives who visit- ed me. Bounassa. 564 HANDEREK We wish to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to our rela- tives, many friends and neigh- bors for the floral tributes, cards, food and the many acts of kindness shown us during our recent bereavement. A spe- cial thanks to the pallbearers. family of the late Mr. Paul Handerek. 607 to Charge. C1444 Avoid the Christmas blush. Mail Early. IN MEMORIAM URBAN In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grand- father, Joseph Urban, who pass- ed away December 3, 1967. Softly the leaves of memory fall Gently we gather and treasure them all. Unseen, unheard, he is al- ways near Still loved, still missed and very dear. remembered by his loving wife Mary and family. 565 Gasoline price hike spreads VANCOUVER (CP) Tex- aco Canada Ltd. has followed the lead of Imperial and Home Oil Wednesday by increasing Canada Post Off ke line, dicsel, furnace and stove fuels in Western Canada. The 7-10-ceiit-a-gallon price boost is only slightly lower than the one-cent increase an- nounced by Imperial Oil Co, Ltd. Tuesday and by Home Oil Distributors Ltd. earlier Wednesday. Texaco's increase became ef- fective midnight Wednesday Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Lindsay, 0 n r s. Leslie Frost, 77, wife of the former premier of Ontario. EATON'S EAND15ALE Bridge Mix A popular chocolate mix that's o real favourite. 5-lb. box. SALE, each Almond Roca Treat Try this delicious candy from Smiles 'n Chuckles. A, 19 Crunchy almond brittle individually wrapped. U-oz. tin. SAIE, each Black Magic Candy A popular Rowntree's favourite. Delicious chocolates M ,88 in a luscious assortment with hard and soft centres. B Mb. box. SALE, each White Heather Candy ither ries, Pascall's White Heather candy assortment includes a variety of centres nuts, cherries, etc. individually wrapped. 2-lb. bag. SALE, each 4-lb. bog. SALE, each ,29 Toffee Chocolates "Quality Street" A delicious -ejection of toffee and chocolates. This rf well known brand would make a welcome Christmas gift. I Mb. box. SALE, each............................ Chocolates by Moirs "Selection Chocolates" in the family size 1 4-cz. box. Ever-popular assortment includes hard and soft I centres. SAIE, each "Selection Cherries" 12-oz. box of scumptious Moirs' Cherries. Encased In rich liquid cream and milk chocolate. SALE, each 1 .00 AAcCormick's Biscuits A delicious assortment of fancy biscuits beautifully A ,49 packaged in a lovely box for gift giving. box. SALE, each w "Bassets" Liquorice All Sorts Freshly imported from England this always popular family favourite is specially priced for this Christmas candy sale. SALE, 2-lb. bag Chocolate Gingers Jelly-like ginger covered in chocolate. Crisp, spicy taste. 8-oz. box. SALE, each 1 ,09 Cherry Cocktails Moirs chocolates tasty cherries in a liquid cream covered in creamy milk chocolate. 14-oz. box. SALE, each 1 Yummy Poppycock This popular confection by Moirs is made from ,29 crunchy pecans with soft candy centres. 10-oz. vacuum I sealed tin. SALE, each Candy, Main Floor Be sure to look for the "Not Advertised" Specials throughout the Candy Department during this Sale! Shop Eaton's Tonight Until 9 and Friday 9 9. Buy Line 328-8811 ;